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Rausch Law, LLC is a premier and highly respected law firm located in Carroll County, MD. We focus on law enforcement, bankruptcy, personal injury, and complex civil litigation. We provide services to the community, with our largest client being law enforcement. Lindsay Rausch, the firm’s founder and owner, is passionate about helping people and has worked as an FOP attorney in Baltimore City. Mrs. Rausch is not affiliated with any police union and is not obligated to anyone except for her client. Rausch Law has a reputation for tenacity and dedication. Rausch Law’s success is undisputed.

About the Firm

Passion and Dedication

Rausch Law, LLC is dedicated to obtaining justice on behalf of our clients. Through this pursuit, we have built a strong reputation. We are tenacious in the courtroom, trying every case with passion and conviction, securing the best possible outcome for our clients.

Our Clients

Rausch Law, LLC treats all of our clients, big or small, like family.  We show compassion and dedication in obtaining justice on their behalf.

Contact Rausch Law, LLC

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Rausch Law, LLC
909 Baltimore Blvd.
Westminster, MD 21157
(443) 280-9167

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Disclaimer

This web site is designed for general information only. The information presented in this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship. Each case is different and past record is no assurance that the lawyers will be successful in reaching a favorable result in any future case. Rausch Law is a law firm with lawyers licensed to practice law in Maryland, the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland, and the United States Supreme Court. The attorneys at Rausch Law can be specially admitted in states where they are not licensed to practice. Rausch Law is a debt relief agency. “We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.” This statement is required by 11 U.S.C. Section 528(a)(4) without substantive modification by any firm that assists in filing bankruptcies under the federal Bankruptcy Code.